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what is our name? >> ravens! >>charm city's colossal celebration. 200,000 fans came out to party with their super bowl champions. what a day it was. good evening. >> members of ravens in a simple out of a stop to celebrate their team that started with a parade through downtown baltimore. >> thousands of fans marched with the team to m&t bank stadium. that is where our coverage begins tonight. >> in the world of sports, a city never knows it daylight today will never come again. today the ravens of baltimore took full of advantage and put on a show. >> an epic day in downtown baltimore began after 11:00 a.m. at city hall. in a series of military trucks, the ravens -- ecstatic fans who packed the sidewalks -- the ravens greeted ecstatic fans who packed the sidewalks. >> best team in the country! >> fans saw coach john, ray ray and the big ray whose appearance caused quite a sight. a chain reaction of fans jumped the barricade and followed his vehicle down the parade route, like the king of baltimore. out of vehicles and into the state , a the staten estimated 100,00 fans -- 1000, 0
triple stabbing involving three teenagers. >> city officials estimate that to let a thousand people peacefully packed downtown baltimore to celebrate the ravens' a super bowl win. a fight broke out at about 1:30 tuesday afternoon ending with one man stabbed to death and two others wounded. >> this is an isolated incident. the victims knew their attackers. we believe this stemmed from a dispute. there is no information to say they were here for the victory celebration. >> two teenagers were involved. they're confident they will lead to unrest in the shooting. >> over 600 cameras are in the city. they were successful in capturing this and we have some optimistic leads. >> the city started planning security measures two weeks ago in hopes that the ravens would win the super bowl. state police and two other agencies help the city of wrap up patrols. >> downtown baltimore is one of the safest parts of the city and we work hard at it. we work hard to make sure the police officers are there. but we will do now is we will find out who did this. we will find out who did this. we owe it to th
. people don't do that. they drive. a bay area made up of 101 city with mayor who have to answer to the voters. but silicon valley more of a renal until identity the bay area economic vitality becomes everyone's business. ceo of joint venture silicon valley is hopeful. >> economic is more powerful than politic. this is un finding and political forces may dividing forces but overwhelmed by the economic. i'm hopeful. >>reporter: russell also warns that come back in silicon valley could be separate if consumer confidence way or spend are silicon valley to off pace the recovery and rest of the state and the nation. in sap jose, david louie abc 7 news. >> very encouraging news. people want to work in silicon valley but not everyone wants to live there. they would rather commute from san francisco or east bay. live picture now on traffic along interstate 80 in the berkeley area. now that drive time adds up now a new study shows the bay area traffic is just as bad as that in los angeles. in fact there's only one other city where drivers have it worse than we do. but there is a
3city of baltimore is desperately searrhinn for -3 revenue onight..... tonight..... his morning, porecaas forrtte citys financial future.. jeff - abell ssows us why there's no -3 immediate remeeyy eff..... 3 if theeciiy stays oo the -3&psame inancial course..... in ten years, the itt's deeicit will balloonnto - three-quarters of a billion -& dollaas. 3 thats the harsh reallty -33 pf a ten-yeer financial hhal today. cty leaders blame the grim news on the out of control pension anddhealth &pccre costs for city workerr. that combined wittha shrinkiig tax ase has put the 3&&pcrittcal condition. and -3 city leaderssare racing o find a waayout. 3 (3:10:07) (mayor) "if we fail to aat, we'll end up in theesamm situaaion many citiesshave." ((:14:10) (clark) "this is like a family whose kids are goinn into kindergarten who says we'd better start saving for college." 3 3 city leaders paid a - philadelphia firm almost a baltimore's finannes. the mayor plans tt roll ut her city ouncil next week
>>> a thu report claims baltimore is going broke. what this means for the future of the charm city. [ screaming ] >>> it may have been cold outside, but the fans were on fire. it was a championship celebration like none other. we're going to have one more look at some of the best moments from the raven's victory parade. >>> and the ravens are all over the world stage and once again one player on the cover of s.i. we're going to tell you who is front and center this week. but for now, it is wednesday, february the 6th. good morning, maryland, thanks for joining us, i'm charley crowson. >>> i'm megan pringle. if you got down there yesterday, you know what we're talking about, an absolutely magical day. >> head coach john harbaugh said it was going to be a celebration and a party like anything anyone had ever seen and he did not disappoint. >> lynette, it didn't seem to matter, everybody was energized, the heat and 200,000 people, i guess, keep you warm. >> everybody was all excited. i saw them all bundled up. today we need to keep that going. we need to bundle up this morning becau
decade... due to a wideningg - and expenditures.if yyuuadd in the city's iifrastruuture peeds nd also itts llabilityy for retiree healtt care 3 shortfall reachee $2-billlon dollars over 0 years.the & report goes on to say that baltimorees city governmenn must enacc major rrffrms to avoiddbankrrptcy. &3 we now altimore hassdelt withhbudget deficits before. - you may remeebee city government closed a $121 million dollar buget gap in p2-10... y enacting somm new taxes... like tte tax on bottled beverages and igher hotel andd arring levves.buu exxerts say those wereeone--- time fiies... and didn't address theelong-ttrm consulttnggfirm that diddthe report... prepared imilar forecasts for mmami... phiildelphia... pittsburgh and d--cthe news is expecteddto be peleased o the public at poday's city council meetinn. 3&pwe'rr hooing toohear from the - mayor at that tiie.aad poosible solutions.as for the more whaatexperts say is to blame in justt30 min.i'm megan gilliland ffx455morning news. everything ravens-related s &pin high demaaddfollowing the team's sup
. there is an accident on the west side of the city. 12 minutes on the west side outer loop. 55 on 95 down to the fort mchenry. no delays on 895. southbound traveler always have a year down to the fort mchenry. the key bridge in great shape. westbound 50, we have an accident at route 8. watch for that westbound accident on 50. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> the warning for baltimore city -- bankruptcy for the city within 10 years unless somebody take some serious action. an accumulated seven runs and $45 million budget deficit within the next 10 years -- and accumulated $745 million. the reserve fund would be empty in three years. the mayor lays out her financial reform package to the city council. >> a late-night shooting sends one man to the hospital. one man is sent to the hospital. the victim was shot in the arm. no word as to a suspect or a possible motive. there was a triple stabbing downtown that left one person dead. sarah sampson has more. >> it happened at the intersection of howard and fayette streets. it is not clear if the people involved attended the parade. city police say a
for baltimore. we have all our city and armored trucks. we're good to go. it is a great day to be a raven. >> ray rice towering over deborah weiner. that was after the parade. >> good morning. >> there was a big truck coming down. >> good morning. i am stan stovall. >> 5:01. >> welcome back. >> the whole crew did a great job. >> lots of fun. >> not a lot to talk about. there is a little cloud cover. we will make it up to about 43 this afternoon. early this morning, may be some sprinkles or flurries. first crusade good morning to sarah -- first we say good morning to sarah. >> good morning. so far so good on the west side. 62 on 70 heading eastbound towards the beltway. so far so good on the harrisburg expressway down from mount carmel. we continue to run smoothly and those speeds continue down to the beltway. 55 on 95 down to the fort mchenry. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. [cheers] [band plays] >> what a way to celebrate in super bowl win. hundreds of thousands of ravens fans showing their support. >> there was an extra special celebration at the stadium. there were about 100,00
6:03. all new for you today, one day after the city rallied around the ravens celebrating in the streets, baltimore is now on the verge of some very bad financial news and abc news' linda stow is here with details of this. and, linda, we hear about cities reporting deficits and surpluses all the time, but this isn't very good, is it? >>reporter: not good at all this. report is due out today. it shows that baltimore is on the road to financial ruin and if drastic measures are not taken, the city will go bankrupt. the associated press obtained the 10-year financial forecast ahead of its release to the public today. it shows the city will accumulate a $745 million budget deficit over the next decade because of a growing gap in how much the city earns and the amount it spends. that deficit would be even bigger at $2 billion if you factor in what the city needs for infrastructure repairs and retiree healthcare benefits. according to the report, if the city does not enact major reforms it, will go bankrupt. the 10-year forecast was commissioned by the city from an outside firm.
with city leaders tonight to try to sell the plan. if they can't, it's possible that nothing will be done. it's hard to say if that will satisfy anyone, either. in marin county, john ramos, kpix 5. >>> mobile5 and kpix 5's ken bastida on the road tonight to tell us how bad the commute has gotten. >> reporter: yeah, hi, allen. we're here on the embarcadero in san francisco. and we're caught in the evening commute as is pretty normal for this time of night in the bay area. you're going to get it one way or another. the folks at texas a & m transit institute put together a study. they wanted to find out what were the worst cities in america when it comes to commute traffic. we're not the worst but pretty close. let's look at the chart here. it looks like washington, d.c. comes in number one. believe it or not, it can take up to three hours to complete a commuter drive that normal takes about 30 minutes when it's noncommute time. second place, los angeles. it's a mess down there. they got 15 million people. that's understandable. and then third, san fra
. the city of baltimore is looking at a huge deficit in 10 years if it keeps going the way it is now. we're talking $2 billion. it came in a new study commissioned by the city. it comes with aging infrastructure and pensions. >> if we act now,y and boldly, we can change the tra ject pri for the city. >> her first proposals will be rolled out during the state of the city address which comes on monday. >>> this may take a chemist to pronounce the ingredients in ice cream. what about the ones that are supposed to be all natural. we'll tell you what you may friend briar -- find from breyer's. >> we have the results of a new dating service coming up. >>> ice cream lovers have been buying breyer's ice cream for decades. it's one of the few brands that prided itself on being natural but some foodies are furious. they said breyer's is changing its recipe. john matarese as more. >> reporter: they have prided themselves as one of the last natural ice creams but have you noticed? that's all starting to change. when you think of ice cream in the supermarket, many of us think breyer's for its wholeso
't be long before the city goes bankrupt. of the report shows the city will accumulate a $745 million budget deficit over the next decade because of a growing gap in how much the city earns and the amount it spends. that deficit would be even bigger at $2 billion if you factor in what the city needs for infrastructure repairs and retiree healthcare benefits. according to the report, if the city does not enact major reforms, it will go bankrupt. the 10-year forecast was commissioned by the city from an outside firm in philadelphia. mayor rawltings blake is expected to propose financial reforms next week based on that report. linda stow, abc 2 news. >>> thousands of people are celebrating the raven's super bowl win, violence hit the streets of baltimore. just two ploks from pratt street, police say a fight led to a triple stabbing and that a teenager is dead. this happened around 1:30 yesterday afternoon at the corner of howard and fayette. the teens were between the ages of 15 and 16 years old. one teen is in critical condition, the other is in serious condition. abc 2 news has found a memor
men caught on camera monday smashing a display case inside the zales jewelry store in pentagon city stealing 27 diamond rings. >> i had seen that and when i looked up at my desk and i saw the guy heading toward me, that was the first thing i thought. they're here, same ones. >> reporter: frederick police say they're looking into that possibility. >> we're in communication with arlington pd. we're reviewing their information and showing them our information and seeing if they link up and if they do, we'll work it cooperatively. >> reporter: in both cases it appears the bandits used a hammer to break open the display cases. in today's caper the hammer was dropped and left behind, their victims left to deal with the effects of being pepper sprayed, but they're all okay physically. >> after today's heist police say the hooded men got away in derek colored suv or truck. it was a red -- a dark colored suv or truck. it was a red sedan that was seen leaving the scene in pentagon city. >>> police believe this woman robbed two banks in a matter of minutes yesterday in northwest d.c. one rob
. an 8.0 quake that centered in the solomon island about 50 miles west of the city of lata. there have been at least a dozen strong aftershocks. the pacific tsunami warning center measured waves as high as 3 feet. no reports of any major damage there. people in fiji and areas closer to the epicenter are told to head for higher ground. watches posted for parts of australia so. far, no word on whether any tsunamis have reached land. >> investigators are sifting through the rubble for clues in a deadly house fire. the flames were so intense the parents couldn't save their own children who were trapped inside. tonight, the community is coming together to help them keep going. erica gonzalez has the story from fred rimaryland. >> tonight their 8-year-old daughter remains in the hospital as the community comes together to try to do anything they can to help. they came in droves. people dining at this frederick chick-fil-a in an effort to show some love for the family. >> how long will this go until? >> god only knows. 8:30. keep going until people quit coming. >> the family house burned fast
. and was in frederick today was in pentagon city yesterday. one suspect in pentagon city be wearing neon gloves. , one of the suspects also appears to be neon green gloves. it is disturbing. >> this couple say they let the of the ravens celebration not expecting to come to more in usually quite frederick. e lived literally a few blocks away. this is a place that we frequent. it is mind blowing. police hope the public can help them catch these guys. authorities are not saying it the same people, but many are convinced that it is. i really believe it is one and the same. it was in this area of the that those criminals whated the cases and stole appeared to be watches. another similarity in both ran out ofat they store and had a getaway vehicle waiting to drive them out of their. , tomin downtown frederick roussey, abc 7 news. we are following a develop a where a two-year-old boy hospital to an area suffering severe burns. this happened on the 21,000 block of golf estates. that the little hurt himself when he got a cup of coffee. also knew, we are learning about a fire that went a d.c. apartment, killing
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is running out quickly. thank you. >>> d.c. mayor vincent gray focused on the successes of the city during his third annual state of the district address. last night's speech was held at the sixth and i historic synagogue in northwest. the mayor rolled off a number of achievements that he says prove the district is well on its way to being a big league world class city. he touted a drop in climb, unprecedented development and the creation of 2,000 private sexer jobs in the last two years. >> the district's unemployment rate has declined by nearly three full percentage points. >> look where the city is moving, how the city is moving forward both fiscally, we're fiscally sound. we are the envy of many cities in america. america. >>> a d.c. council member is introducing a bill to make it all but impossible to cheat on standardized tests in d.c. public schools. david catania's legislation would make it a violation of district law for teachers to allow cheating. any teacher or principal found guilty would lose their license and face thousands of dollars in fines. the bill is in response to repo
may very well see more situations like this, especially in cities that add workers but don't have the empty lots to build new houses. by the way this house actually did get a couple of offers. ken. >> all right. thank you for that. >>> we learn today that the jeep that plowed into a car was stolen. the crash was caught on surveillance video. police say the jeep was taken moments before it slamd into the honda at 36 and foothill in oakland yesterday. the woman behind the wheel of that stolen jeep was killed. the honda driver was not seriously hurt. >>> and tonight one bay area city has a very unusual message for drivers. speed up. again? speed up. well, kpix 5 reporter ann has learned why san ramon wants some people to drive faster. >> it's 30 miles an hour along the boulevard and in a few weeks, 35 on this stretch will be legal. >> i think people drive that fast, 5 miles to 10 miles over the speed limit anyway, and i don't see any accidents or anything so it doesn't concern me. >> but it doesn't sit well with everyone. >> do you prefer a slower sliment. >> i do. i do. just because
:00. >>> ktvu's david stevenson live here in the city where the fate of some dispensaries may hang in the balance. david. >> reporter: that's right, pot came to the usf campus today in a court hearing that could change how many californians get their medical marijuana. the anniversary of san francisco today hosted california's highest court as seven state supreme court justices heard arguments on whether cities and counties can ban medical marijuana dispensaries. >> the core of this case to me is really land use legislation. zoning, ordnances and the authority that has historyically been vested in the municipalities. >> reporter: the city has been fighting the standing. >> if the legislature wanted to include institutions it would have said so. but it has been very clear on the individual possession and cultivation. >> the legislature knows how to say thou shall not ban dispensaries. they did not say that. >> their court has never permitted local municipalities to ban what state law permits. that would be unprecedented if they did that. >> reporter: the case comes after years of p
, developing news right now. just coming into the newsroom.the last picture of the 13-year-old suisun city girl that was found murdered in a fairfield park. genelle conway-allen's body was discovered on friday. kron 4's grant lodes shows us where she was last seen alive and where her body was found. >> this is a few points of interest. where she was last seen. here's a map showing a few new points of interest, and where genelle was last seen. she left her suisun city home thursday morning, went to school at green valley middle school thursday. did not come home thursday aftrnoon and was reported missing about 6:00 thusday night. the images we just saw of genelle were from late afternoon thursday at the intersection of east tabor and grande circle in faircield. that's more than 3 miles from where her body was found early friday morning.at allan witt park. that is the latest. >> pam: that is the last picture of genelle taken. haazig madyun spoke to worried neighbors. >> this is the last surveillance total, at issue is not returning from school. with an update from fairfield police. however reside
city northward into new england, boston. if your travels take you in that direction, man, i was going to drive up to boston, you may want to revisit those plans. here just rain and wind primarily but, again, some snow showers late friday night on the back side. tonight we're down to 26 degrees, mostly clear, definitely a cold night on the way. it takes awhile to get to the 20s. tomorrow 40 degrees, most of the day in the 30s with clouds on the increase and east wind kicking in down to 34, rain, plus sleet. all this develops late. sleet primarily frederick and hagerstown. on the front edge of that rain maker on friday and wind maker. the main winter weather will be to states to our north. friday that's when weather goes downhill. a new winter showers friday night and maybe early saturday morning. windy conditions both friday and saturday. temperatures will slowly begin to rebound into the day on sunday as we go into the mid-40s. we could be back in the low 50s to start off next week although that may not hold up. looks like a mild per start. there's the setup, kelly. this is a large st
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have gone in there to get away from the environment. >> city officials say the unit was listed as vacant. that meant the two people found inside would have been squatters. their bodies were discovered on the first floor where investigators believe the fire was started. >> i have been complaining for at least the past six months that someone has been living or staying in that abandoned building. >> one of the police officers here on the scene tells me they actually have quite a few ildings like this in the area boarded up, but with squatters on the inside. most cases, they can't make an arrest unless they have a direct complaint of trespassing from the owner. >> i knew something was going to happen eventually. >> families lived in buildings on both side of the blaze. everybody escaped unharmed, but were away at the time of the fire. >> i was at work, but we got a call that the fire was at my building. i got here as quickly as i could. >> the fire department was left to determine the exact cause of the fire. d.c. police were given the task of identifying the victims and inv
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at zales in pentagon city yesterday. >> but tonight we have brand- new video of a robbery this afternoon at a jewelry store in frederick. our ken molestina is there and the video is just amazing. you really feel for the woman inside at the time. >> reporter: absolutely, leslie. the images you're about to see tell it all. this was absolutely bold. it was daring. these women who were inside at least some of them, police say were hit with pepper spray. folks, once again it was all caught on the crook cam. let's show you what we're talking about. take a look here. you can see three men enter the colonial jewelry store on south market street after 1:00 today. one of the men appears to have a gun and he orders the women inside on to the floor. a second man then with the pepper spray can is seen firing off some of the chemical. the thieves break the glass cases and make off with handfuls of jewelry. the whole thing was over in minutes. thankfully no one was seriously hurt here. let's go on to yesterday. a similar scene at the zales jewelry store inside pentagon's mall. police say they made off
a difficult forecast. if you live up in new england down towards areas around new york city, maybe even new jersey, pennsylvania, pay attention. storm coming your way. possibly the most significant winter storm of the season. right now the storm is just growing. it's in an infancy down in areas of texas providing heavy rain south of san antonio on 35, across 37 and also interstate 10 will be a wet ride between houston and san antonio. all of that rain spreads in the next 48 hours through the southeast including atlanta especially tonight into tomorrow. heavy rain through the carolinas. this is what really catches my attention. this is one of our more reliable extended forecasts. this is where the center of the storm would be on friday. early in the morning. as we go throughout the day, the storm intensifies just off of cape cod. and then at this point, the heavy snow machine would go into work, especially across new england late friday, friday through the overnight into saturday morning. this area of shaded colors here is a foot-plus for almost all of new england. the exceptions being north
. >> everything started at city hall. the parade ended at m&t stadium. the fun didn't stop there. >> reporter: i'm scott broom at m&t stadium where today as far as 200,000 fans were concerned, today's celebration was just like being at the super bowl itself. an unprecedented crowd of at least 80,000 packed into a stadium designed for just 70,000. as the parade of ravens arrived, people who couldn't get into the crowded gates literally climbed the walls. inside children trapped in the standing room crowd on the field were lifted to the front row so they could see. >> number one! >> reporter: iconic linebacker ray lewis lifting the lombardi trophy high, the final act of his storied career in baltimore. the ravens who thought maybe 30,000 would show to the stadium were turned -- were stunned by this super celebration. >> it's incredible. it's nothing we ever planned on or anticipated. >> the stadium was unbelievable. the parade was unbelievable. the show of support. >> no kids were in school or nothing. the city just shut down. >> reporter: at m&t bank stadium in baltimore, scott broom, wusa9. >>>
are moving. >> of this are wondering if the city will get involved with a loss are seemingly a nord -- ignored. the two d.c. officers have been placed on the minister to lead. the suspect is under arrest. he is in the hospital in serious but stable condition. the woman was not so physically harmed. >> new business and -- floyd corkins has pled guilty to the shooting at phoenix building. today brings a pleasant with the story. it is kind of mild out there. sunshine is thinking through- sunshine is peeking through. >> we have sunshine across the d.c. area. >> it is a little on the chilly side. the fault has broken along the gulf coast. delays orca-the were delays at laguardia. we should see bricks at least to the north with temperatures getting into the low 50 possible. and the lower 40's for those of us without son. i will have more details coming up in a few minutes. back to you. >> thank you so much. a scary scene out of a florida highway after a truck crashed into a cement wall and went over the side of a overpass. it dangled there for more than one hour. one person was killed. an
bunker for nearly a week. mark strassmann is in midland city alabama w new details on the raid that ended with the death of the kidnaper. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. on ethan's birthday fbi bomb technicians will be back inside the bunker for looking for and removing improvised explosives. the body will stay at least until this bomb threat is over. >> we're here to celebrate answered prayer. >> reporter: they called it a praise vigil people in ethan's community gathering last night to give thanks the little boy was safely back with his mother. fbi photos show the exterior of the underground bunker. bomb technicians have removed two improvised explosives, one inside the bunker the other inside this pvc pipe that jimmy lee dykes used to talk to negotiators. the standoff ended monday when dykes climbed the eight-foot ladder to get supplies. as he reached up he was off balance and vulnerable. when dykes opened the door rescue team members dropped two stun grenades their loud noises and flashes disoriented. within seconds has members entered the bu
as a hostage in a bunker for a week. >> mark strassmann is in midland city, alabama, with new detail os testify raid that ended with the death of the kidnapper. mark, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, norah and charlie. ethan's birthday. fbi technicians are still in the bunker. they're looking for and removed improvised explosives left behind. jimmy dykes' body is also inside and will stay there until the bomb threat is over. >> we're here to celebrate answered prayer. >> reporter: they called it a praise vigil. people in ethan's community coming together to pray in th k than thanksgiving for his rereturn to his mother. fbi has discovered two explosives, one inside the bunker and one inside the pvc pipe that jimmy dykes used to talk to negotiators. it ended when he climbed the 8-foot ladder. when he reached up he was off balance and vulnerable. ethan was away from the lad err and relatively protects. they dropped two stun grenades. their loud noises and flashes disoriented him. within seconds 14 members entered the bunker. officials described a fire fight. they believe dykes fired first
again on thursday as the clouds roll back in. some spots and north west of the city could be by 20 in daybreak and low 40s by tomorrow afternoon. still a few bands in west virginia and west of frederick's town and some of that light showers. no cloud cover left and then as we work into the the day on thursday, our sunny start thursday morning but clouds rolling in the afternoon. it could start as the winter mix changing to rain through the day on friday. you can see the pattern here. we are still on a cold wedge of air locked in across the mid-atlantic and great lakes. locked in. we don't expect the mild air to push in until early next week. we'll stay into a winter like pattern. and you can see a few showers in our direction. and as tomorrow, we have clear skies and a low 40s a possibility but our next weather system coming up as friday with rain and may start out as a wintery mix tomorrow morning. tomorrow 42 and tomorrow night cold mid 20s. friday might start off with a mixed precipitation. we'll keep that milder by sunday. back to you, kelly. >>> another familiar face. and befo
on camera smashing a display case inside the zales jewelry store in pentagon city stealing 27 diamond rings. patty herwitz is the owner of the frederick store. >> i had seen that and when i looked up from my desk and saw the guy heading toward me, that was the first thing i thought, they're here, same ones. >> reporter: the suspects have done a pretty good job hiding their faces, so no descriptions are available. >> we're in communication with arlington pd. we're reviewing their information and showing them our information and seeing if they link up. if they do, we'll work it cooperatively. >> employees and customers victimized today in frederick were treated for exposure to pepper spray, none of them hospitalized. ed. >>> two people dead after a morning fire at a house that was supposed to be vacant at a row home lounge r street southeast. witnesses say -- along r street southeast. witnesses say they could see flames across the anacostia river. firefighters found the victims inside the boarded up home both reportedly burned beyond facial recognition which may make it very difficult to ide
kind, jonathon, features an american city under attack. it is to the strains of "we are the world." >> god, i hate abba. it was posted on something called youtube by the country state run media. and it shows a man dreaming about a flying -- a man flying a space shuttle around a world. it also features video i'm memgs -- images with sub titles, quote, somewhere in the u.s. black clouds of smoke are billowing. it seems the nest of wickedness is a blaze with a fire started by itself. what the hell. let's play it. >> you know, they convinced me that we all do deserve to die. former ambassador and current president of "red eye" tells fox news the film is another disturbing reminder that a nuclear capable north korea is a threat in the region. he takes the fun out of everything. on tuesday north korea posted a second video to youtube. >> didn't she used to work on "red eye"? jonathon, you claim to be a reporter though we see no evidence of it. at least here on fox news. this is really a work of art. it is not a political statement. >> it is fabulous and everybody should calm dawn. why a
to that in the papers this morning. on twitter -- andrew in salt lake city, utah, independent. caller: my thoughts are the same thing. it is unconstitutional. people don't want this. it is a power grab from people in love with their new powers they have found, whether it obama or bush, they both did the same king. so it's not a left or right discussion. obama and bush both did the same thing. there should be a trial to determine guilt or innocence. host: what about the overall program, the proponents saying allows us to it go in with less casualty's and take out people who have already attacked the u.s. are planning to attack the united states? caller: it always comes down to who is deciding whether they are planning it or not. in the new act, they can target americans. they can come up with their own trials and make up their own judge, yes, this guy is guilty, and this guy is in a random country. it does not justify anything. it's not cleaner than war. all. wars-- all these wars are unjustified. i think we got them back after 9/11 with 500,000 iraqis dead. host: independent caller there. now to l
packed city streets from the city hall to m and t bank. coach and ed reed were there. ed reed singing a little. >> ravens celebrating. they had every right to sell brate. >> b 'more super ball champs. >> a special crap game. >> oh, yeah. oh, sure. >> bill: yesterday at the briefing, i have to tell you it was pretty intense overs the drones. we started talking about this yesterday when the news broke about this department of justice white paper. the timing is very significant because tomorrow is the confirmation hearing for john brennan, the president's nominee, a good man, to be the next director of the cia. and brennan is known at the whitehouse, among other things, former deputy at cia, for being the architect of america's drone policy. he is the one who decides when drones are used and who they are targeted and what american citizens might be targeted. this is bound to come up. several senators have already told me they are going to craze this question with john brennan and publicly said so. and just at the time they are preparing for this hearing
the salary of the worst-paying cities, louisiana was one of the worst-paying states and washington d.c. came in number one on the list. >>> they were killed during the massacre at sandy hook elementary school in december. >> yeah. the posthumous schools and -- teachers receive from president barack obama. "good morning maryland" begins at 5:00. >>> a teenager is dead and thousands of people are paying tribute to him online. we'll have more on a fight that happened while the ravens were celebrating their super bowl win. >>> more than 200,000 people didn't go to work and they didn't go to school yesterday and that's because it was a purple tuesday in charm city as we welcomed home world champions, the baltimore ravens. >> once the masses went home, the players talked to the media. we hung around with our cameras there. their reaction with what happened in super bowl xlvii down in new orleans. you'll hear that coming up on this wednesday. thank you so much for being with us. i'm charley crowson. >> i'm megan pringle. thanks so much for joining us. hope you had a chance to get down there. 200,
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